I Pray We’ll All Be Ready The Church of Jesus Christ – February Revival 2010 – Matt McGehee

Matt McGehee sings “I Pray We’ll All Be Ready” (© Chicago Mass Choir, Marlowe Cribb) No copyright infringement intended. Backup singers – Jeff (Dad), Michael…
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The Church Chronicles – Mississippi Squirrel Revival

The Mississippi Squirrel Revival written by Ray Stevens (nb March 13, 2010 timtusphil1 informs me that “A couple named Carlene and CW Kalb Jr. wrote this.” And he’s entirely correct! Thanks, Tim.) Well, when I was kid I’d take a trip every summer, down to Mississip. to visit my granny in her ante bellum* world. We’d run barefooted all day long, climbing trees, free as a song. One day I happened catch myself a squirrel. I stuffed him down in an old shoebox, punched a couple holes in the top and when Sunday came I snuck him into church. I was sittin’ way back in the very last pew showin’ him to my good buddy Hugh, when that squirrel got loose and went totally berserk! What happened next is hard to tell. Some thought it was Heaven, others thought it was Hell, but the fact that somethin’ was among us was plain to see! As the choir sang “I Surrender All” the squirrel ran up Harv Newlan’s coveralls; Harv leaped to his feet and said, “Somethin’s got a hold on me!” Verse 2 Well Harv hit the aisles a-dancin’ and a-screamin’ some thought he had religion, others thought he had a demon and Harv thought he had a weed eater loose in his Fruit of the Looms. He fell to his knees to plead and beg, and that squirrel ran out of his britches leg, unobserved to the other side of the room. All the way down to the Amen pew where sat Sister Bertha “Better than you” Who’d been watching all the commotion with sadistic glee. Shoot, you should have seen the look in her eyes when that squirrel jumped

Why the Church of Christ needs a Revival.

Dr. Steven Guy, a veteran of nearly three decades of preaching the gospel.He has worked with churches in California, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Alabama. He has also served on the faculty of the Southern California School of Evangelism and Heritage Christian University. His ministry has included teaching men’s leadership training classes, directing youth Bible camps and Lads to Leaders programs, speaking on television and radio, writing weekly newspaper articles and serving on the board of Mars Hill Bible School. He currently serves as a member of the advisory board at Freed-Hardeman University. Guy holds an AA from FHU, a BA from Oklahoma Christian University, a MS and Masters of Divinity from Pepperdine University and a doctorate of Ministry from the Harding University Graduate School of Religion. The Lord’s Invitation: www.youtube.com
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Faith Covenant Church – “Going For The Glory” Youth Revival

Be blessed by just a glimpse of the power that the Youth Department of Faith Covenant Church (FCC, Jr.) experienced during our revival including pictures from our Illustrated Sermon “Accused but Aquitted”! Faith Covenant Church 2315 Whites Mill Rd. Decatur, Ga 30032 678 895 7773 Pastor Mark A. Moore, Sr. – Founder & Visionary 1 Lord…1 Faith…1 Baptism
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5 Minutes Bible Study – Revival This Year

REVIVAL THIS YEAR by Dr. Harold Sala Great is the LORD’S anger that burns against us because our fathers have not obeyed the words of this book; they have not acted in accordance with all that is written there concerning us. 2 Kings 22:13 Reidun Gesswein vividly remembered when Pastor Thorleif Holm-Glad was walking through the empty sanctuary of Betlehem Church in Oslo, Norway when the old caretaker of the church stopped him and soberly announced, “See these empty seats? This year there will be revival in this church!” The pastor was startled to say the least. Yes, he knew the church had empty seats and plenty of them. No, not during the week when people were working but during services when the empty seats should have been filled. He also knew the caretaker was a good man, not given to exaggeration. Reidun’s husband, Armin, a key person in the Norwegian revival, described the caretaker as “a very humble, soft-spoken man. Never a platform man or public speaker. Just a quiet man, doing his job well. But a man of prayer. An intercessor.” And what happened? It was in the early 1930s, and the churches of Norway were about as cold as the ice which filled the fjords in winter. But within a year the prophecy of the old caretaker was realized, and revival came such as had never before been known in that church or that country. Says Armin, “It turned out to be one of the greatest revivals of this century. On and on the meeting went as the fire kept on burning. In connection with
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